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Poisonous gas 'at a fatal level'
TWO men accused of causing the death of a
holidaymaker in Cornwall were responsible for installing and
commissioning a boiler which pumped "fatal levels" of poisonous gas into
the room where the man died, a court was told yesterday.
Contractors Jonathan Mark Mingo and Phillip David Hodge
are accused of the manslaughter of father-of-two Frederick Jackson, 52,
from South Wales, who died from carbon monoxide poisoning in a hotel
room in Newquay.
Mingo, 36, of Cormorant Drive, St Austell, is charged
with unlawfully killing Mr Jackson by gross negligence, as he was
responsible for the design specification and installation of a boiler
Hodge, 48, of Polmear Road, St Austell, is also charged
with unlawful killing by gross negligence, on the grounds that he was
responsible for commissioning the boiler system.<a href="http://www.thisiswesternmorningnews.co.uk/news/Poisonous-gas-hotel-room-fatal-level/article-1887327-detail/article.html">http://www.thisiswesternmorningnews.co.uk/news/Poisonous-gas-hotel-room-fatal-level/article-1887327-detail/article.html</a>
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